We just finished another awesome expedition to Guadalupe Island. After 14 years of diving there, it never ceases to amaze me, that we keep encountering new things. We had a pleasant trip down to the Island, with mostly calm waters and were accompanied …
The Huffington post had this nice article yesterday, telling their readers “What Not To Do Around Sharks, According To The Experts”I have to admit, I was curious as to what we should not do around sharks. After all, we can always learn something …
My last blog sure has stirred up some emotion and sparked some debate. Some people have taken it very personal and have ripped, not just the activity, but also the character of Jean-Marie Ghislain. I always try to be fair and tell things the way I see …
The secret is “out of the cage” now! The news has traveled all the way to Fiji! “da shark”, just wrote this blog on diving outside the cage and manhandling great white sharks at Isla Guadalupe.It has gotten worse and worse over the last few years…
1 “The recent heatwave is thought to have brought killer blue sharks closer to the coast of Cornwall than ever before”
2 “Swimmers aren’t in danger from these sharks. They are highly unlikely to bite humans.”
Hmmm, say what? Killer blue sharks that are not a danger to swimmers!? Now I know about sensationalistic headlines, but contradicting your headline in your article seems to be something any self respecting journalist should avoid!
The article also has plenty of pictures of those “killers”, calmly swimming amongst humans.
The article also incorrectly states that 4 people have been killed by blue sharks in the last 5 years. According to the international shark attack files, there have been 5 fatal bites since 1910! So aside from contradicting his own headline, the author shows a complete lack of interest in getting his stats correct.
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